Skip to comments.Bay Area Resident Puts Ad on Craigslist Looking for Someone to Eat His Leftover Pizza
Posted on 09/19/2013 2:53:37 PM PDT by nickcarraway
This morning, the Chronicle ran a instructive article giving readers tips on how to stop wasting so much food. According to the report, some 40 percent of the food in the United States goes to waste while Americans throw away an average of 20 pounds of food per month.
But not this Bay Area person who last night decided to post his/her leftover BBQ Chicken pizza from Papa John's on Craigslist for any hungry takers. A reader sent us the ad, perhaps assuming reporters are always in the market for free food.
If you don't believe us, read for yourself:
One person's trash is another person's treasure He/she even provided a map to make this pizza pickup all that much easier.
If anyone does pick up the pizza, let the Chronicle writers know -- they can add "put food on Craigslist" as another tip for preserving provisions. And of course, send us a photo of you chowing down on cold slices of Papa John's, because that's newsworthy.
I bet if you showed up to get the pizza, the Village People would be waiting for you.
In Walnut Creek?
No thanks. For all I know, the dude could be HIV-positive.
Pepperoni, sure, but BBQ Chicken? Fugedaboutit.
"...last month he was selling raisins after his rabbit died"
He could have made the pizza out of scabs hair and body fluids blended in a cuisinart topped with roadkill and baked in an oven...
It’s been ten years since I ordered from Dominos :^P
Like the GIF!!!
Is SF Weekly a competitor or an ally of the Chronicle?
Part of me thinks this article is satire.
Saw a Craigslist ad where someone was giving away the orange pop-sickles from a mixed box. I think I could get along with that person if it was a steady supply.
Neither. It’s one of those free independent weeklys.
If it was so bad, why are there only 3 slices of a large left?
Ma’am, would you like us to cut your pizza into six or eight slices? Oh, six please - I couldn’t eat eight.
That’s supposed to be a Yogi Berraism, but maybe it’s apocryphal.
I don’t know where it came from, but it does sound like Yogi. Thanks.
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